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In the wake of university-wide budget cuts and following a $4.5 million operating loss in the overall budget, the Faculty Senate finally received some of the answers they were seeking. Wanting more transparency from the administration regarding university finances, the Faculty Senate met in Benson Memorial Center for a budgetary forum on April 10.
For students looking to live on campus, the number of single occupancy rooms is dwindling and the number of triples is increasing. In the upcoming academic year, Santa Clara plans to increase the number of incoming first-year students on campus, in turn affecting the available spaces for returning students in on-campus housing.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is not the original version of this article, first published on Feb. 2. The original version contained additional comments and follow-up coverage. The comments were removed at the request of our publisher, Santa Clara University. We were and will remain strongly, vehemently opposed to removing sections of the original article.
Shortly after the Mission Church bell tolled on Oct. 14, SCPD arrested a Santa Clara graduate and activist for an unsanctioned protest on campus. Fumi Tosu, a 2003 graduate of Santa Clara's Jesuit School of Theology, and other peace activists were participating in a nonviolent protest calling for the end of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) program at Santa Clara.
U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera visited Santa Clara last Wednesday to meet with students and faculty and host a free presentation titled, "Immigration, Migration & the Alien Thing." The event was open to the public and put on in conjunction with Santa Clara Community Action Plan's annual Immigration Week.
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"I think if you get a couple powerful, motivated women together, anything can happen ." And that's exactly what Leslie Osborne ('04) and her four friends did to create Sweat Cosmetics, an all-female company made up of current and former Olympic and professional soccer players.
Former Cal High head wrestling coach Kevin Lopez was sentenced last month to more than 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to eight felonies related to his inappropriate acts with three minors, prosecutors said. The eight felonies Lopez pleaded guilty to on Feb. 6 in Contra Costa County Superior Court included lewd and lascivious...
British indie pop band Bastille has recently made its debut into the American music scene with its first full length album, "Bad Blood." Bastille originally began as the solo project of lead singer Dan Smith, who named the band after the French independence day, which is also his birthday.